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post #61 of 1505
Counting down to the Friends and Family and SF Alumni private party. 30 minutes and counting!

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Forgot to take off the dust jacket?
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Who is the "RO" on those bag collaborations on your facebook page? Love those bags.

RO is a brand run by some college mates of mine. They normally make very technical-type bags, sort of an American Porter look but they went all out and made something a lot more classic and in leather for our collaboration. It's still in prototype phase, we are trying to improve on it so we can have a good product ready for December. They do a chunk of business in the USA. Korea, Japan and HK are large markets for them as well. Barneys Japan loves them. [ http://www.robags.com/ ]

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i would like to see a drakes tie with the lion on it

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As a sort of design whore, I want to compliment you on a kickass logo. I really like that the lion is waving its umbrella a little bit on the website.

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If I had a clothing store like this I would be very tempted to have a display case in some dark corner holding AE Seconds, a pink Attolini cashmere tie, white Kiton jeans, a Ferrari jacket, Mulholland deerskin bag and other such iGent in-joke miscellany.

Also concur that a motif tie (or better yet ps) with that logo would be pretty cool. A PS would be a reasonably easy commission too, I should think.

We love the logo, too and are currently working with Drakes to have it woven instead of printed. It's like you folks can predict the future.

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Don't forget AE seconds.

The store sounds fantastic. Any plans to evangelize Mr. Hills' fanciful tweeds in the East? From what I understand he's always on the lookout for new opportunities, and has some RTW going now.

Guy Hills and I are very good friends, I've been a supporter of Dashing Tweeds since its inception. There are a few pictures of me in his blog. Unfortunately, it's a tough sell in Hong Kong. It's just so hot

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They bear a strong resemblance to the Delvaux newspaper bag...



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Forgot to take off the dust jacket?

Sharp eyes! You're the second person to notice that. We just left it in as a little joke, didn't think anyone would pick it up but we were wrong!
post #64 of 1505
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Proper pictures to follow, but here are some cheesy ones from our first day of business!
post #65 of 1505
very nice Mark, hope you had lots of whiskey and cigar last night.
post #66 of 1505
store looks excellent.
post #67 of 1505
Its nice when the girls climb the ladder.
post #68 of 1505
The store looks amazing, as do the goods. Best of luck with the business! I hope to be in Hong Kong sometime next year and I'm really looking forward to visiting.
post #69 of 1505
Congrats yfyf & the best of luck.
post #70 of 1505
Some pics at http://ethandesu.blogspot.com/2010/10/armoury.html
post #71 of 1505
Congratulations on your grand opening yfyf! I'll have to add you to my must visit list by in my next HK visit.
post #72 of 1505
Congrats, best of luck. Sorry to have missed the opening by a few days! Will definitely stop by next time.
post #73 of 1505
Congratulations gentlemen! The store looks fantastic.
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I hope there were adult beverages....
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^ Pol Roger did indeed flow at one point
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